September 2018 Archives

If you're flagged for an employment tax audit, be careful

If you're a business owner, receiving a letter from the Internal Revenue Service or Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation can be intimidating. It may be tempting to ignore the inquiry in hopes that it's a minor issue that can be addressed later, but that's exactly the wrong approach. The best way to minimize exposure and get back to conducting normal business operations is to immediately find out the exact nature of the inquiry.

Maryland woman sentenced in false tax returns case

A federal judge in Maryland has sentenced a 45-year-old Baltimore County woman to seven years in prison for identity theft and filing fraudulent income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service. A jury returned guilty verdicts on 14 counts of wire fraud, aggravated identity theft and filing false tax returns on May 22.

Bankruptcy will not solve your issues with IRS tax liens

When people get into trouble, bankruptcy is often the last resort solution they turn to. Depending on an individual's assets and income, either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy could offer some form of relief. After all, bankruptcy provides an automatic stay against collection activity, even from the government.

The impact a tax lien has on creditworthiness

Maryland residents who owe money to the Internal Revenue Service could have a tax lien placed on their property. This is true whether a person owes personal or business taxes. When a lien is placed on an item, the government is saying that it has a legal interest in the property. While this can make it difficult to get funding for a business, it doesn't necessarily make the process impossible.

How Maryland regulates its lottery

The state of Maryland offers a variety of lottery games that individuals can play to earn cash prizes. In some cases, those prizes will be given to a custodial parent or to the government itself. This is true for those who owe more than $150 in back support or who have an outstanding tax debt.

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